A popular antiques business in Woodbridge has been visited by a TV show for the fifth time.
The BBC programme Antiques Road Trip filmed at Woodbridge Antiques Centre on Monday, March 18.
Antiques experts James Braxton and Izzie Balmer began the day filming outside the Tide Mill and other historic sites around Woodbridge before James visited the antiques centre.
Natalie Smith, owner of Woodbridge Antiques Centre based in Quay Street, showed him a variety of pieces from the business’ 30 cabinets to help him select the best items to sell at auction.
She said: “It was fantastic to have another visit from the Antiques Road Trip.
“It’s a great programme which focuses on the beauty of the local areas and interesting activities as well as the pieces they find along the way.
“It’s always a pleasure to be involved.”
As part of the show, the experts travel around the country in a vintage red MG car competing to buy and sell antiques to see who makes the most profit.
The episode, which also features Needham Market, Ipswich and finishes with an auction in Tring Market, is set to be aired this autumn.